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Category Archives: Lynn Shackelford
Mecum Auctions is advertising a Dodge Challenger as Serial Number 21. I believe that this is a reference to serial number 421, the car that was stolen from Lynn Shackelford during the summer of 2011 by Paul Doolittle and others. … Continue reading
I’ve finally pieced together what happened to us the summer of 2011 and reduced to its simplest form here it is. In 2010 Mecum Auctions sold a restored 1970 Dodge Challenger 440 Six Pack R/t Convertible. The only problem with … Continue reading
More Information on V.I.N. JS27V0B100421 By 6PK2GO aka Lynn Shackelford, the Owner. By 6PK2GO ECS said: If you recall this was the vehicle that Mike Mancini contacted me to have a Broadcast sheet made for. He told me they only … Continue reading
On this day in 2011 Lynn was on the telephone with people who were interested, qualified potential purchasers of his 1970 Dodge Challenger when he was told that he was a fraud and that he really didn’t own the car … Continue reading
It’s now June and I finally have time to put together this note for you. I really feel that it’s important to know the type of people that you work with and I give you this information to draw your … Continue reading
This week the Supreme’s ruled that the majority can’t deny basic legal rights to a minority. Wow. The bullies got slapped down. Too little too late for me and Lynn since we’re past our fiftieth birthday and pretty well handicapped … Continue reading
I used to do a Thursday Night Supper at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Manchester, NH. I did it for years, just me and Lynn because I didn’t want it to be about the food. I wanted it to be … Continue reading
Lynn was seriously working to sell his beloved Dodge Challenger. He new that it wouldn’t take long, Lynn knew and does know that he owned the last undiscovered Dodge Challenger factory promotion car. Here’s where he advertised: http://www.cuda-challenger.com And here’s … Continue reading
Dear Art and Lynn, I am sorry you lost your jobs and will miss seeing you around. You and Lynn have done many positive things for the church while you were there including, but not limited to, your wonderful dinners, … Continue reading